Paul A Young's third chocolaterie and flagship store in the heart of Soho. Paul has a reputation as one of the world's leading and most creative chocolatiers. Look out for his unusual flavours and daring combinations, like sea salted caramels, Marmite truffles, and summer specials which include tomato, basil and olive oil; orange and tarragon; and wild strawberry, balsamic and black pepper truffles.
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I've never been into the shop.
I've eaten the chocolate. 5*'s from me.
I was at a dinner party (how middle class) and at the end, one of the other guests whipped out a box of these delightful chocolate numbers.
Not normally a sweet/chocolate person, especially posh chocolates with overbearing flavours, I politely popped one in my mouth. Stunning.
Chocolates all created in the...more
By far, my favorite chocolate shop of all time! My boyfriend and I visited this location as part of a private food tour and we literally could have stayed here for hours deciding what to purchase for ourselves and as gifts for our friends/families.
Unique flavors and all made in-house. Their award-winning salted caramels are our favorite. We also enjoyed their goat cheese truffle, the cigar...more
I recently had the pleasure of visiting my husband's hometown of Windsor, and we went into London several times during our stay. Prior to our trip, I browsed around on Yelp for tips on places to eat, shop, etc., and that's where I first learned about Paul A. Young Fine Chocolates. Another reviewer referred to the brownies as "heavenly", so I was definitely interested in stopping by one of...more
Imagine, if you will... a sunny day in London (I know. Seems like a dream.), you are walking along Wardour Street, you just had a delicious lunch at Wahaca, you have purchased some delicious Ricotta Cakes from Princi (for later!), you stare longingly at the goodies in the window at L'Eto Cafe, and then you see... Paul A Young Fine Chocolates. If you haven't eaten your way down Wardour...more
Given the fact that I'm always in Soho, it's a bit surprising that I never tried the chocolates from here until a few weeks ago. I probably should've just stayed away...because they're AMAZING.
Inside there's a large round glass table covered with different kinds of bonbons...it was like I walked into dessert heaven. Along the walls are cupboards filled with homemade chocolate bars, and they...more